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November 01, 1908 - Image 6

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Michigan Daily, 1908-11-01

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Steer Straight
when ordering your Autumn
garb or you11l go astray in
style or fit. We've guided
scores of men aright. Your
reputation as a man of good
taste and sound judgment is
safe in our hands.
Our fabrics comprise those
new and indescrible shades
endorsed by 'New York's
snuart set. Mixtures, stripes,
Ilads and checks in bewitch
ing variety.
'Ihe models we sposor are Fashion's latest dictates. We'll tuake
the garments as conservative or radical as you wish. without over-
stepping either way.
When you learn our prices, you 'll order. Whlen you weat our
creations, you'll order here again. Drop in, just to lottk 'round.
TRADE C CMAitK
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.
AMUSEiMENTS
New ISOTH PHONES 4801

Tuesday, Nov. 3
Election Nighkt
3OFTIHE
4BR0P~
Special telegraph service has
been secured to receive the elect-
iott returns, which will be read
froit the stage during the action
of the play.
PRICES: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
Seat Sale Saturday

Wed., Nov.o4
MATINEE AND NIGHT
THlE PLAY BEAUTIFUL
A MESSAGE
FROM MARS
1000 TIMES IN LONDON
500 TIMES IN NEW YORK
Good Cast
Arrangements have been made
to play a special tmatinee for the
benifit of Ncrthern Michigan
fire suffers.
Matinee Prices: 25c and 50c
Night Prices: 25-35-50-75-$1
Seat Sale Monday Morning

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of imatdlt intub lottdyti
7: .. Importanut.
The School of Music and sill meet
its Fric7ec-Memorial hal at 7 :30.
Prof. Baes of the last teparttmet,
haing recoveredl front his treett liltess,
is meetitg isclsss ag'it.
Sectioin II of the jtiiot leustcltc
V'eciti sill est tIRightards, 102
Israel avctenueMotndayat 7:30 Flcc
tio ot (f offices. Ellis.
Prof. 'Taylor iof the eoois eprt.cial
mseintsill address the I'dusctitt lubtl
Mondtliay eecintt'it'clck ittoo
6, lTipptatthall.1Qitestioni for disctssiotn
sill le: "ArcefeacesSlaiieIskie
qttute?" All studttsiter1111estitt ed n-
rattitatlt'roblems illsites.
1.1 SI'--White tull cterir b1w
patch cve ise ec. Resacdatf2,
Prosiesti . IBell telethonlte toij-J. tO-2
Dtecate)ottr ooitsitms .Select
your stall Ihagilgs frocutttitt 901 pat-
ternts. 1Bo111pones 237. C. IH. M\ao
R. CiO. 203 F:. Waitingtiil. Cul
IDoit't put11offthItat tie till it glisii
cold. Ourll'htors ae Ills'kitti its a
please t rideIeitti. Illttts' Li-
icy, 528lE. Jeffersull St. Bell 22, [-om
coleehast. ekidyo 2anpt i
tou upcke. h ettcy & C.i 'st71N
ttnisecity. 1itf
II atoftWatitlesliverly1115'ai'llgtinil
shapitogie 011r'patrontls ist-las
cattileandcabt calls, orin itt age'
ttnsferc workl. VWes'al''so otpivchest
hoses'. hll phlote 22; 11111ts'liphitis
1183, lttines Linert'. 28 ast eer
soni St. ;t
fcr'tt tBostonllfactors. Alusv~ts fics', at
Nefsit'fl's' hatr 11'acy. 'ltltf ii
at te Iktlti' lRual. 20) ast lilcI,'
at rct. 2-301
ttemlstecmtlth esw ceationt in1cap"
& Co. t2-tf
Freclfantnel shirts-just whlat you'
tave eell lokilg fr. Hettry & Co. f
JOE LENHIARD
MERCHANT TAILOR
REPAIRING AND PRESSING
ta E. Washingtntt S.
Jst receied a new tsuipmelltf CIII
elI sitcs. H'enrv & C. 12-f
'Thel Palais Royal, asp ast Liberty,
always as tie best ad ost for your
money, in U. of M. peniants, banners
anld pillows. Tiry us and ee. tf
WANTED-Violt and piano player,
eeninlgs front 6 to 10:30 o'clock. Cook
lHtuse 20-tf
1101 sandwiches deliered. College
Itti. Soth poes-1078-L and 1078 lilie.
Ftl andt witer Rgls just received.
Hlenry & Co., sole agetts. ta-f
KOLLAUF
TAILOR AND CUTTER
tin E. Hron St. tf

Ask for a prisale locker for
your bosvlinsg tall, shoes, and
sweater.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING., LUNCHIES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
A12 S. Stat.o 311 Maynard

ARE YOUv
CLO0THES WISE?
If you are, this wvill make you
prick up your ears.
READ: We sell Stein Block
Sniart Clothes with the label in
themr. They fit; they are stylish;
they arte well made.
They will probablysust lvsotts*i ttlottaltecati11)1, for vout are
inot bard to fit, alltough yetretc ailor tells vyottsit. A sitigle try-
ott is w'ortstwhile. IFttil Drtess Stit a. tite of our specialties.
LINDENSOHMIDT, APFEL & 00,
THE BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH
For Ladies ek rid Getlemen

4

120 E. Hx.aroax S4.

Next to Cook Ho.Asse

Open Day and Night

IPure Food

Neat and Clean

HESATORIV(
TPROGRAM CHANGES
Monday, Wednesday,_Friday and Saturday
GILLARD BROS., Props.
Joe R. '05 Lit., '07 La'w'Jimes.tIt Lanw

BANKS
THE F'ARM[ERS AND MECHANICS SANK
MAIN AND HSURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profit$90,000
Central Banking Butlaets. 3 peercent paid
an Time and Sanings Deposits. Safety tDc-
pesitasses to cent at $2.0u and upwards
R. KaseF, Prert. W. 0'.STaVENS, Vice-Coca
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CapitatockSe.50'i,000ti Surplus " ,i 1111
ti es "';2 t,600,0o0it~
A General Basking Businesn Transacted
arriCERSa Chat. E. Ilinsock, lees.; W. I).
Harriman, Vice Preon.: ;. 2. Fritz. tashieor
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnuld Or. V. C. Vaughan
Ins. H. Wade F. F. Mitts
John Haarer Jo. Kochi
enof.H. S.Carhart tHenry W.tDuls
Christian Martin Duet'J.Lintmermni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O>: Auto ARBOsR,liest.
E. I). INNE, ttAltIti'N 5t1't.E.
Pries. 'Vice-Pres.
S. W5. 5CLIARNSONiNCashile.
Capital, ;100,000. Surplus and P'rofits, ,60,000.

THE MARK
OF THE LELST
SHIR
CLUETT, PEABODY & Ct)
CLUETT AN ARROW COLLARS
Thea
PATENTED
TRADEBAND AND
'L~ffB~~tI' ". B DOES I T

VAN KLEEK'S
300 ECat Waehinagtona St.
Light Lunches
Confectionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 18 L Z8 Blue

Whitney Theatre Orchestra
ALBERT LONG, Director
Season 1908=1909
Can be secured, for Dances,
Receptions and all Engagements,
on dates other than regular Show
Bookings. Any combination from
two pieces up. For open dates
and particulars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER,.Mgr.
Bell Phone 47L 113 W. Liberty St.

LAW BOOKS
36th year~ DICTIONARIES 36t1. ya~ar
lra QUIZ BOOKSIn
Arab Anrboar LEGAL MISCELLANY Anaa Anbor
Callaghan 1(c& Co.
CHICAGO
Ana Arbor Brsala. Stato Straot. Oppoalta Law Bldig.

CgAmericanSav ig s faik
Conmr..roasl 2.n,&d :
Cov. Main .anad Liberty Streents
_________________ ABSOLUTELY NO BULGE
_________________________IF it's a patented
Yos. Cna~n Ot 0 "MiDAC URL
Hot Lunch FULL (DRESS SHIRT
At Tsttle's, 338 S. State. ( United Shrt & Collar Co.,(Mater.) Tray,lN.Y.
WAI KIND LOO -
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant W A N 1
Chitnete Fancy Ditthet, Ameriecan Lunces of A fet boarders to try H1.0. Watkin'
all kindt. SEverything fnest-class toe
laditet and geattenmen. Homne Board. Home Baking.
Chinese and Japanese Brie-a-brac.
Uip Stairs, sne dtor S. Hutton Bros,, 3141S. State S. $3.00. 219 S. Ins alls St.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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